REVIEW: A CHRISTMAS CAROL FROM CHARLES DICKENS
REVIEW: A CHRISTMAS CAROL FROM CHARLES DICKENS
Hello dears! How are you? What a better way to end this year than reading this classic story: A Christmas Carol from Charles Dickens,...
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REVIEW: Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo
REVIEW: Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo
Hi loves! How are you? What a better way to start November than sharing this review, a classic of Mexican popular literature: Pedro Páramo...
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REVIEW: La Flor de Lis by Elena Poniatowska
REVIEW: La Flor de Lis by Elena Poniatowska
Hi dears! How are you? This month I decided to read a very nice novel by Mexican author Elena Poniatowska: La Flor de Lis...
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Gallery Weekend 2019: A finde full of art
Gallery Weekend 2019: A finde full of art
Hi loves! How are you? This weekend the seventh edition of Gallery Weekend was celebrated, so here are the 3 galleries I visited and...
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Review: Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
Review: Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
Hi dears! How are you? Last week I found in Reforma one of the books I was most curious to read: Breakfast at Tiffany’s...
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“Vogue like a painting” at the Franz Mayer Museum
“Vogue like a painting” at the Franz Mayer Museum
Hi loves! How are you? This weekend he visited the exhibition to celebrate 20 years of Vogue in Mexico: Vogue like a painting, at...
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8 things you didn’t know about the LeonTrotsky House Museum
8 things you didn’t know about the LeonTrotsky House Museum
Hi dears! How are you? A few weeks ago I visited the Leon Trostky House Museum. He was a Russian politician and revolutionary, one...
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Appareance stripped bare: Duchamp and Koons at the Jumex Museum
Appareance stripped bare: Duchamp and Koons at the Jumex Museum
Hello dears! How are you? This week, I finally had the opportunity to visit the exhibition Appearance Stripped Bare: Desire and Object, by Marcel...
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My 3 favorite artworks from Opera Omnia (and why you need to visit it) at the Cenart
My 3 favorite artworks from Opera Omnia (and why you need to visit it) at the Cenart
Hello dears! How are you? Last weekend, the Cenart opened its doors of “Opera Omnia”, a collection of works from three Italian Renaissance’s icons:...
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#Review The unbearable lightness of being by Milan Kundera
#Review The unbearable lightness of being by Milan Kundera
There are books that are not enough to read them once. Not only because the narrative manages to hook you from start to finish,...
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